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Jakarta Post

Qatar produces 2.5 million tons of solid waste -- including domestic, construction and industrial -- of which only 8 percent is recycled, according to official statistics. It aims to recycle 15 percent of its solid waste by 2022 when it will host the World Cup but it still has a long way to go in its recycling goals when compared to other countries. (AFP/Karim Jaafar)

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(AFP/Gregory Walton and Anne Levasseur)